Dr Scotte Wedderburn
|Org Unit||Ecology and Evolutionary Biology|
|Telephone||+61 8 8313 5690|
1998 Bachelor of Applied Science (Natural Resources Management) The University of Adelaide
2000 Bachelor of Science (Honours) The Univeristy of Adelaide
2009 Doctor of Philosophy (Environmental Biology) The University of Adelaide
Wedderburn SD, Walker KF & Zampatti BP (2007). Habitat separation of Craterocephalus (Atherinidae) species and populations in off-channel areas of the lower River Murray, Australia. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 16: 442–449.
Hammer M & Wedderburn S (2008). The threatened Murray hardyhead: natural history and captive rearing. Fishes of Sahul 22: 390–399.
Wedderburn SD & Walker KF (2008). Osmoregulation in populations of an endangered hardyhead (Atherinidae: Craterocephalus fluviatilis McCulloch, 1912) from different salinity regimes. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17: 653–658.
Wedderburn SD, Walker KF & Zampatti BP (2008). Salinity may cause fragmentation of hardyhead (Teleostei: Atherinidae) populations in the River Murray, Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 59: 254–258.
Adams M, Wedderburn SD, Unmack PJ, Hammer MP & Johnson JB (2011). Use of congeneric assessment to reveal the linked genetic histories of two threatened fishes in the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia. Conservation Biology 25: 767–776.
Wedderburn SD, Hammer MP & Bice CM (2012). Shifts in small-bodied fish assemblages resulting from drought-induced water level recession in terminating lakes of the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia. Hydrobiologia 691: 35–46.
Ellis IM, Stoessel D, Hammer MP, Wedderburn SD, Suitor L & Hall A (2013). Conservation of an inauspicious endangered freshwater fish, Murray hardyhead (Craterocephalus fluviatilis), during drought and competing water demands in the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 64: 792–806.
Wedderburn SD, Hillyard KA & Shiel RJ (2013). Zooplankton response to flooding of a drought refuge and implications for the endangered fish species Craterocephalus fluviatilis cohabiting with alien Gambusia holbrooki. Aquatic Ecology 47: 263–275.
Wedderburn SD, Barnes TC & Hillyard KA (2014). Shifts in fish assemblages indicate failed recovery of threatened species following prolonged drought in terminating lakes of the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia. Hydrobiologia: 730:179–190.
Wedderburn SD, Bice CM & Barnes TC (2014). Prey selection and diet overlap of native golden perch and alien redfin perch under contrasting hydrological conditions. Australian Journal of Zoology 62:374–381.
Shaw JLA, Clarke LJ, Wedderburn SD, Barnes TC, Weyrich LS & Cooper A (2016). Comparison of environmental DNA metabarcoding and conventional fish survey methods in a river system. Biological Conservation 197:131–138.
Wedderburn SD, Bailey CP, Delean S & Paton DC (2016). Population and osmoregulatory responses of a euryhaline fish to extreme salinity fluctuations in coastal lagoons of the Coorong, Australia. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 168:50–57.
Wedderburn SD & Barnes TC (2016). Piscivory by alien redfin perch (Perca fluviatilis) begins earlier than anticipated in two contrasting habitats of Lake Alexandrina, South Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 64: 1–7.
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